Tuesday, April 13, 2010

How To: Print 3xs in One Sheet of Paper

Tomorrow, Publix wil have Meuller's Pasta on sale (BOGO $1.29) and you can use two $0.55 PRINT Qs. Pay only $0.10 each afterwards. The problem is that only one coupon prints at a time. So that uses up a lot of paper if you are planning on printing more. (Psst...there's no print limit!)

To ease your worries about losing trees, print 3 in a page:

First, print one coupon.

Second, cut it out.
Third, print another with the smaller paper. Don't cut it off yet!
Then rotate the paper so it prints on the other side of the coupons. This depends on your printer. Voila! 2 coupons fit in this smaller paper, giving you 3 total!

Whew! Saving the environment takes a lot of work!

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  1. Nice! I always try to print at least two coupon on the page by flipping the paper over. Never thought of trying to fit three! Great idea! Thanks for linking to Thrifty Tip Tuesday!

  2. Hey, that's a great tip to save paper! I do that sometimes with the print outs that didn't turn out too well.


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